VEOLIA WATER TECHNOLOGIES UK TO HOST VIRTUAL MICROPOLLUTANTS EVENT

Veolia Water Technologies UK (VWT UK) is set to host its latest Challenge our Experts events on the topic of micropollutants. With a virtual panel format, the event will promote discussion within the industry...

How can we easily and accurately monitor Ammonia to protect aquatic life?

Ammonia concentration can reach extremely high levels in wastewater due to digestion of nitrogen-containing organic waste. Activities including discharge of wastewater and agricultural runoff can lead to contamination and excessive ammonia concentrations in natural...

Initiatives boost opportunities for women in water

British Water’s unique Women on Water campaign continues to build momentum, with the renewal of a successful mentoring programme and the announcement of an in-person networking reception. The trade association has, for the second year,...

Yorkshire Water is recruiting for 35 new roles within its engineering team.

Available roles include process safety engineering, solution development engineers, project managers and reliability engineers spanning control and instrumentation, mechanical and electrical disciplines, as well as statutory compliance technicians and more. The roles cover all aspects...

DETECTRONIC AWARDED A PLACE ON SWS FRAMEWORK

Wastewater monitoring specialists, Detectronic, have been awarded a place on a framework to supply sewer level monitoring equipment to UK water utility Southern Water Services (SWS). The four-year framework will support SWS’s aim to install...

FREE WEBINAR: Management of Water Sector Risk and Resilience

Management of Water Sector Risk and Resilience Details Online Webinar, Wednesday 8 December 2021, 11 AM - 12 PM FREE Registration: https://learninganddevelopment.associates/bookings/ Overview Corporate, financial & operational resilience, in the face of a risk spectrum now including COVID-19, is...

How to stay ahead of corrosion, odour and safety risks in sewer networks

Author: Chaim Kolominskas Intermittent flows in rising mains often leads to long sewage retention times under anaerobic conditions, allowing the growth of sulfate-reducing bacteria that convert sulfate to sulfide. In gravity mains, under turbulent...

Carbon emissions sink plan for lochside

The banks and forests around one of Scotland’s iconic lochs are set to become a carbon emissions sink. Plans being developed by Forestry and Land Scotland will see Scottish Water’s lands and catchment areas around...

Ofwat chief highlights priorities at water gathering

Ofwat’s new interim chief executive has set out six key areas of focus to help drive change in water, telling industry representatives “we can’t simply build our way out of the challenges in front...

Affinity goes renewable

Affinity Water has begun work at two production sites at Chertsey and Walton to install solar panels and generate 1.5MWp of renewable energy to power operations. The water supplier commissioned Centrica Business Solutions and HBS...